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Point of care medication delivery also led to improved levels of patient satisfaction, according to the study from The University of Miami.
The American Journal of Managed Care’s annual issue on health information technology, which appears each December, has become one of the most anticipated publications of the year. Submissions for this year’s issue, being edited by Joshua R. Vest, PhD, MPH, are due August 1, 2016.
In the most recent Web-based session of The American Journal of Managed Care’s ACO & Emerging Healthcare Delivery Coalition, speakers examined 3 practice transformation models.
What is the best way to measure quality care in cancer? As explored in the current issue of Evidence-Based Oncology, it depends on who you ask, and which tools are used to evaluate care.
The American Journal of Managed Care presents two new installments in its multistakeholder Peer Exchange video series. The first addresses screening and treatment for diabetic macular edema, and the second discusses several important new studies on optimal treatment in type 2 diabetes, including cardiovascular outcomes of empagliflozin.
“Secret shopper” calls to clinics over first year tracked primary care appointments for Healthy Michigan Plan and private insurance. Results were published this week in The American Journal of Managed Care.
Media Invited to Congressional Briefing Focusing on the Value of Curing Hepatitis C; Feature Remarks by Harvard, Stanford & USC Researchers & NVHR Executive Director
Rising costs in cancer care have fueled a national conversation on how to decide whether today’s new therapies are “worth it.” A supplement of Evidence-Based Oncology features interviews with those developing value frameworks and coverage of the Oncology Stakeholders Summit, which included patient advocacy, payers and pharmaceutical manufacturers.
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